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Schoenberg Institute dedication

Author: Robert WojciakJohn R HubbardGrant BeglarianLeonard SteinClara SteuermannAll authors
Publisher: 18 Mar. 1977.
Edition/Format:   Music : Reel-to-reel tape : Multiple forms : Songs : English
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Named Person: Arnold Schoenberg; Karl Friedrich Henckell; Hermann Lingg, Ritter von; Jakob Haringer; Karl von Levetzow
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
Music Type: Other; Songs
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Wojciak; John R Hubbard; Grant Beglarian; Leonard Stein; Clara Steuermann; Ian Geller; David Furmston; Hans Heinz Stuckenschmidt; Rudolf Kolisch; Jeanie Muhonen; Leroy Suthers; James Stanley; Lisa Storchheim; Jeff Von der Schmidt; Pierre Boulez; Nuria Schoenberg Nono; Lawrence Schoenberg; Ronald Schoenberg; Karl Friedrich Henckell; Hermann Lingg, Ritter von; Jakob Haringer; Karl von Levetzow; Arnold Schoenberg; University of Southern California. Brass ensemble.; University of Southern California. Wind quintet.
OCLC Number: 80735656
Notes: Transcriptions of the speeches of Stuckenschmidt and Boulez are published in: Journal of the Arnold Schoenberg Institute 1/3 (June 1977): 116-117, 121-125.
A full description of the event is published in: Journal of the Arnold Schoenberg Institute 1/2 (Feb. 1977): 61-64; 1/3 (June 1977): 115-125.
Event notes: Recorded and broadcast over KUSC (Los Angeles) on 20 Feb. 1977 from the Arnold Schoenberg Institute on the campus of the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA; dubbed 18 Mar. 1977.
Description: 2 tape reels (117 min.) : 7 1/2 ips, 1 track, mono. ; 10 in.
Contents: Reel 1: Fanfare for a Bowl concert on motifs of Die Gurrelieder / Schoenberg (USC Brass Ensemble ; Robert Wojciak, conductor) --
Words of welcome: John R. Hubbard ; Grant Beglarian ; Leonard Stein ; Clara Steuermann --
Lieder, op. 14, no. 2. In diesen Wintertagen / text by Karl Henckell ; music by Schoenberg (Ian Geller, baritone ; David Furmston, piano) --
Gruss in die Ferne / text by Hermann Lingg ; music by Schoenberg (same) --
Songs, op. 48, no. 1. Sommermüd / text by Jakob Haringer ; music by Schoenberg (same) --
Gesänge, op. 1, no. 1. Dank / text by Karl von Levetzow ; music by Schoenberg (same). Reel 2: Remarks by Hans Heinz Stuckenschmidt --
Leonard Stein introduces Rudolf Kolisch --
Quintet, winds, op. 26 / Schoenberg (USC Wind Quintet (Jeanie Muhonen, flute ; Leroy Suthers, jr., oboe ; James Stanley, clarinet ; Lisa Storchheim, bassoon ; Jeff von der Schmidt, horn)) --
Grant Beglarian introduces Pierre Boulez --
Address by Pierre Boulez --
Leonard Stein introduces the Schoenberg heirs: Nuria Nono, Ronald, and Lawrence Schoenberg.

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